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COLLAPSE OF A WALL. TWO MEN INJURED— ONE FATALLY [BY TFiEQRAMI— PRESS iSSOOIATJON ] WAIHI, This Day. An accident occurred in the Karangahake tunnel of the Waihi-Paeroa railway. A portion of the side of a wall slipped, falling on two men named Walter Ings and Fredk. Thomas Shaw. The former had both his legs broken, and succumbed to his injuries an hour later. Shaw had one leg broken and was considerably bruised. [by telegraph- -own correspondent.] MASTERTON, This Day. The search parties have been unsuccessful in finding the body of the lad Robert Welby, who was drowned in the Whangaejut River last Saturday. A larger party is out searching to-day. Inspector Ellison received a message from Martinborough this morning stating that the body of William Roberts, who was buried by a fall of earth whilst roadmaking, had been recovered. An inquest concerning the death was held at Martinborough to-day. *

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ACCIDENTS' AND FATALITIES., Evening Post, Volume LXVIII, Issue 94, 18 October 1904

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ACCIDENTS' AND FATALITIES. Evening Post, Volume LXVIII, Issue 94, 18 October 1904

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